New Guinea Art Since 1875

On April 28, 2007, the de Young hosted the ground-breaking, day-long symposium New Guinea Art Since 1875, which addressed topics in contemporary art in Papua New Guinea. Please click on the thumbnails below to watch an individual presentation.

The Indigenous Curation of Contemporary Art in Papua New Guinea: The Chimbu Painters of Port Moresby
The Indigenous Curation of Contemporary Art in Papua New Guinea: The Chimbu Painters of Port Moresby by Robert Welsch
Passive collecting, lost stories, and fading memories: the Papua New Guinea collection at the UBC Museum of Anthropology
Passive collecting, lost stories, and fading memories: the Papua New Guinea collection at the UBC Museum of Anthropology by Dr. Carol Mayer
From Artifact to Fine Art
From Artifact to Fine Art by Elaine Monds
Panel Discussion: Beyond Boundaries: Cultural Survival, Present Venues, Feature Markets (1)
Panel Discussion: Beyond Boundaries: Cultural Survival, Present Venues, Feature Markets: Jewel Castro
Panel Discussion: Beyond Boundaries: Cultural Survival, Present Venues, Feature Markets (2)
Panel Discussion: Beyond Boundaries: Cultural Survival, Present Venues, Feature Markets: Jacquelyn Lewis-Harris
Panel Discussion: Beyond Boundaries: Cultural Survival, Present Venues, Feature Markets (Q & A)
Panel Discussion: Beyond Boundaries: Cultural Survival, Present Venues, Feature Markets Q & A moderated by Tom Seligman

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